Senior Services News

Care Coordination Corner: Connecting You to Resources

by Julie Randolph, Care Coordination Manager Midland is a community of tremendous opportunity and resources. Senior Services strives to be the community leader and resource for addressing the diverse needs of older adults. The goal of resource development at Senior...

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March Volunteers of the Month

by Allison Rossi Utter, Volunteer & Community Outreach Manager We are honoring Jim and Matt Cross, Meals on Wheels drivers for the Sanford Center, as Volunteers of the Month for March. “The Sanford Activity & Dining Center is truly grateful to have Jim Cross...

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Care Coordination Corner: Meet the Team

by Julie Randolph, Care Coordination Manager Senior Services provides the service of a Care Coordinator when an older adult in Midland County is in need of supports such as Meals on Wheels, Personal Care, Home Safety enhancements, and a variety of other assistance...

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Do you have legal questions?

Senior Services frequently talks with older adults who would benefit from meeting with an attorney. Oftentimes, these individuals feel they cannot afford an attorney and place themselves at risk for poor planning based on incorrect or incomplete information. Or, the...

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Free Tax Assistance for Those That Need It Most

WHAT IS TAX-AIDE? AARP Foundation Tax-Aide is the nation’s largest free, volunteer-run tax assistance and preparation service available to taxpayers with low and moderate income, with an emphasis on senior citizens and basic returns. Volunteers are trained to assist...

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Why should you send an anti-ageist birthday card?

In 2020, Changing the Narrative launched an anti-ageist birthday card campaign, calling for artists to design cards that countered the usual – a depressing narrative about getting older. The resulting designs defy negative views and celebrate the joys of aging. In...

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Our Mind Matters: What is Dementia?

A monthly article brought to you by Senior Services Memory Support Programs The word “dementia” has become a well known term in our world today. Many people feel that they know exactly what that term means. Often we may hear, dementia is Alzheimer’s disease, dementia...

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